Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Cow"

The meaning of "Cow" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does holy cow mean?
A: Holy Cow is an exclamation of astonishment or surprise. like " I can't believe it" "that's shocking/incredible/unbelieveable"
Example:
Holy cow!! that spider is huge
Holy cow!! that's expensive
Q: What does have a cow mean?
A: to have a problem with or make a big deal of something
Q: What does don't have a cow mean?
A: 是英文的一个习语,意思是“冷静一点儿”。如果对方很生气或者特别焦虑什么的,但他生气或焦虑的事情现实不是那么严重,可以告诉他don’t have a cow (it’s not a big deal)
Q: What does have a cow mean?
A: means become angry/excited.
Q: What does don't have cow mean?
A: It is a figure of speech from the 90s. Popular on television. People don't use it much anymore. It means: Don't stress out about something. "Don't sweat it!" Is an alternate more modern phrase you could use. Or "chill out".

Example sentences using "Cow"

Q: Please show me example sentences with holy cow.
A: Holy cow! Did you see that?! A guy riding a motorcycle just flew over us.
Holy cow in itself is an expression, it’s used when you are surprised by something unexpected and bizarre.
Q: Please show me example sentences with cow.
A: 🐄

* I saw a cow on a farm.
* my uncle owns cows.
Q: Please show me example sentences with “holy cow “ or cat nap - I don’t know how to express myself with this .
A: Holy cow = holy shit
Q: Please show me example sentences with have a cow.
A: It's usually used with 'don't' as in 'don't have a cow' and
people usually say it to people who seem overly sensitive in
being angry or agitated.

A: Who ate my ice cream?!
B: I did, I'm sorry.
A: What? How could you!
B: Hey, hey, I'll buy you another. Don't have a cow!

It's not used very much these days, though. I don't really hear it very often in normal conversations. 'Relax' or 'calm down' are
used a lot more.

Synonyms of "Cow" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between cow and cattle ?
A: cattle is a group of cows
Q: What is the difference between cow and ox and cattle ?
A: Sure. I drove past a cattle farm.
From the train I could see many cattle.
The cattle grid stops the cows from escaping the field.

The TV show was about the cattle industry.

Hope this helps. :)
Q: What is the difference between cow and bull and baffalo and ox ?
A: A male cow is called a bull. Cows have been domesticated for food and oxen have been domesticated for labour. The Buffalo used to roam freely in North America but there is little space for them now other than on natural reservations and zoos.
Q: What is the difference between cow and bull and and cattle? ?
A: Cow = a female bovine
Bull = a male bovine
Cattle = a group of bovine; can be made up of males, females, or both.

Basically cows and bulls are the same species, but cows are female and bulls are male. "Cattle" is the plural form.

Translations of "Cow"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is this "interrupting cow "
A: "Interrupting cow" is a joke / prank on a friend used in a 'Knock Knock' joke.

The joke is the interrupting cow is at the door, and before you can finish asking who is there, the cow 'interrupts' you by mooing loudly.

Example:

Person 1: 'Knock Knock'
Person 2: Who's there?
Person 1: Interrupting cow!
Person 2: Interrupting cow (who?)-
Person 1: 'MOOOO!'
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cow
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? the cow
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? the cow
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cow

Other questions about "Cow"

Q: ‎‎‎‎‎‎I've had the stuffed cow since I was a toddler. I remember that I really cherished it and took it everywhere when I was a child. It's still my treasure. I think tons of my drool still soak into it, though. (Of course I washed many times, but....) Now, it's put on my bedside, and my son sometimes sucks it. does this sound natural?
A: × I think tons of my drool still soak into it, though.
✓ I think tons of my drool is still soaked into it, though.

× Now, it's put on my bedside, and my son sometimes sucks it.
✓ Now, it's on my bedside and my son sometimes sucks it.

Q: holy cow!
holy moly!

are they old fashioned?
A: @richurchoi She said it to avoid swearing on camera. If there a reason for not swearing it's acceptable.
Q: What does "cow you down" mean?
What does "ruling the roost" mean?


Context>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Don’t Let Business Giants Cow You Down

When Zuckerberg wanted to make Facebook the main website in the World Wide Web, Google was ruling the roost. Instead of getting frightened and backing off, Mark Zuckerberg persevered and the present is the testimony of what he managed to achieve. He took calculated risks and had the courage to stand by what he believed.
A: Cow you down I am not familiar with. I am going to guess it means, do not let other businesses herd you to where ever they want. Treat you like cattle. Again this is just a guess.

Rule the roost is also a farm term. A rooster rules his roost or chicken pen. He's the dominate male, he calls the shots, he mates with the chickens, he rules.
Q: The cow walks on the meadow while eats grass does this sound natural?
A: The cow walks in the meadow while eating grass. OR The cow grazes in the meadow. (graze = eat grass while walking)
Q: I am worried about the cow which I saw standing in the middle of the street and almost hit because I saw a couple of cars go in that direction. does this sound natural?
A: "the cow I saw" or "the cow that I saw" sounds more natural I think.

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